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Seedorf and Kluivert on Cameroon’s radar for vacant managerial position

Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) have held talks with former Holland internationals Clarence Seedorf and Patrick Kluivert with regards to the vacant managerial position at the helm of the national football team the Indomitable Lions.
FECAFOOT turned their attention to the Dutch pair, after being put off by the financial demands of Swede Sven Goran Eriksson who was in Cameroon last week to hold talks for the position.
Cameroon are under pressure to appoint a coach less than a year to the Africa Cup of Nations and have now moved to taken action with a decision expected next week.
A host of names have been linked with Cameroon for the coaching role in recent months,with the latest being the former Dutch internationals. If a deal is reached, Clarence Seedorf will be appointed as head coach and will be assisted by his former team mate Patrick Kluivert.
Seedorf’s previous experiences has seen him coach AC Milan as well as Deportivo La Coruna while Kluivert was assistant to Louis Van Gaal at the 2014 World Cup before assuming the role of football director at Paris Saint Germain for one year.
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